DAISALUX, COFME’s specialist in emergency lighting, has incorporated its solutions into the Carnavalet Museum restoration project, launched in 2015 by the City of Paris.
As part of the Carnavalet Museum restoration project, which recently reopened its doors, various DAISALUX solutions have been installed, such as the Lens Series emergency luminaires and Ikus 2211 signaling and evacuation luminaires. The emergency lighting system has been centralized through several LPS Series equipment.
The Lens Series consists of LED technology luminaires with cylindrical painted aluminum body and opal or transparent polycarbonate diffuser, which can be powered either AC or DC.
The Ikus2211 luminaires offer permanent lighting or signaling using LED technology and consist of an aluminum profile and a signaling plate made of two sheets of thermoformed PETG with digital pictogram printing and a diffuser film. They have a luminance of 500cd/m² in presence and absence of mains and IP65 degree of protection.
The LPS Series includes the devices that allow the implementation of a centralized power supply and monitoring system for emergency luminaires. The LPS Series devices have been designed and built in accordance with EN 50171 to control the most critical aspects in terms of safety. They are low power devices with 24V d.c. output voltage for wall installation.
Dedicated to the history of Paris, the Carnavalet Museum is the oldest museum in the French capital. It was inaugurated in 1880 in the mansion of the Ligneris (called Carnavalet), in the heart of the Marais district, which has a particularly well-preserved architectural heritage.
The COFME Group consists of seven Spanish leading manufacturers in the field of electrical equipment: CELO, DAISALUX, SACI, SALICRU, SODECA, SOFAMEL and SOLERA.